The Korea Volleyball Association (Chairman Oh Han-nam) held a regular general meeting of delegates and a night for volleyball players this year. It is a volleyball night event held for the first time in three years due to Corona 19.
The association announced on the 21st that it held the 2023 regular general meeting of delegates and the 2023 volleyball night at the Riviera Hotel in Cheongdam-dong, Seoul. In the presence of 17 delegates from city and provincial sport organizations and national federations, the 2022 business performance, settlement of accounts, and revision of the association’s articles of association were deliberated.
In addition, the name of the association was changed from the Korea Volleyball Association to the Korea Volleyball Association. This year’s budget was passed at 12.26 billion won.
Chairman Oh Han-nam said, “The association will do its best to advance to the Paris Olympics in 2024.” “We will not spare any support to win the gold medal for men and women at the Asian Games in Hangzhou in September,” he said.
At the ‘2023 Volleyball Night Event’, more than 200 volleyball players and outsiders attended, including In-tak Yoo, head of the Korea Sports Association, Korea Volleyball Federation Secretary General Shin Moo-cheol, and Jtbc Vice President Hong Seong-wan. Last year, awards were given to a total of 73 individuals and groups, including volleyball players, leaders, and players who contributed to the development of volleyball in each field. 스포츠토토
Han Financial Group Chairman Cho Yong-byeong and Puma Korea CEO Lee Na-young received a special achievement award and a plaque of appreciation, respectively. Appreciation plaques and commendations were awarded to executives of the national city and province associations and related organizations.
In addition, the Grand Parent Award was awarded to Han Yoo-mi, KBS N sports commentator, Han Seon-taek, and Song Moon-hee, parents of sisters Han Song-i (KGC Ginseng Corporation). A ceremony was also held to deliver the national team retirement plaque and souvenirs to KBS N Sports commentator Yoon Bong-woo, who has taken the lead in enhancing the national prestige of Korean volleyball on the international stage as a national player for many years.
In addition, a scholarship of 5 million won for Mr. Haecheon, a scholarship of 1 million won for the Korean Women’s Volleyball National Team, and a scholarship of 3 million won for the Korean Actors Association were delivered to the promising players. Various events were also held, including a moderator by voice actor Ki-ryang Park and a congratulatory performance by Se-joon Lee, the glass boxer.